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Old 09-28-2011, 07:21 PM   #16
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I love menards better quality lumber around here at least. They are building a new one down the street, very excited.

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The Sprecher's Soda also.
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The Sprecher's Soda also.
Yep they have something to crow about.

Heh Heh ..the rootbeer will put hair on your chest ...or take it off I forget.
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Point beer and. root beer is better.
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Well - the way this sounds like it works: it's just complicated. I don't get how this is suppose ot make things easier - blending online with instore help? When are these employees suppose to have time? Are they getting paid more for the extra job requirement?
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Snav, from the sounds of it, only the team leads, store and shift managers will use them. What it does, is get the technology out on the floor, so there is another tool in the toolbox. Plus with wifi available for customers, just like Barnes and Noble, it will be a very good asset.

Not everyone out there have smartphones, or even iPhones, so it should be a win-win.
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Snav, from the sounds of it, only the team leads, store and shift managers will use them. What it does, is get the technology out on the floor, so there is another tool in the toolbox. Plus with wifi available for customers, just like Barnes and Noble, it will be a very good asset.

Not everyone out there have smartphones, or even iPhones, so it should be a win-win.
Well if their aim is to only appeal to the techy/online crowd then it might be successful for that group.

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